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Wait! NOO! This could torpedo a law suit against Trump!!! How dare they, they must be Pro Trump now to support this, and ruin a law suit agianst him! And suddenly, the LabLeakTheory was no longer racist or xenophobic. Fake news propaganda sites like exist to stoke division and racial animosity in the country. Pathetic and evil.
So the conspiracy theory ain't a conspiracy theory. Imagine that And the apology from the left to President Trump, Sec of State Mike Pompeo, Sen Tom Cotton and others who stated the obvious over a year ago, is crickets. That's why they're known as fake news.